A blog about Cowboy Music, Western Swing and Cowboy Poetry. 2014 WMA Radio DJ/Radio Program of the Year

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2-19-14 Playlist from The Real West from the Old West

The Real West from the Old West – AM 1230 KOTS

2-19-14

The Real West – Rod Taylor

Train To Chama – Jim Jones – Borrowed Time

Pardon Me – “V” The Gypsy Cowbelle – The Itinerant Lady

America Needs The Cowboy – Randy Huston – There’s A Hole In Daddy’s Rope

Anytime – Cow Bop – To Hick For The Room

Killed By A .45 – Ray Benson – A Little Piece

Sugar Moon – The Delk Band – Music For Those That Come To Dance

I’m Gonna Be A Cowboy – Ken Cook – I’m Gonna Be A Cowboy

Cuttin’ Horse Pen – Juni Fisher – Listen

Twin Fiddles Turn Me On – Jody Nix – Twin Fiddles Turn Me On

Communicate – Kevin Davis – Every Horse I Ever Rode

Swing On – Carolyn Martin – Tennessee Local

My Name Is Dalton – Bill Barwick – The Usual Suspect

Lonesome County Road – Barry Ward – Lonesome County Road

*Interview- Barry Ward*

Ode To Rhymin’ – Doc Mehl – The Great Divide

Another Day In The Life Of A Fool – Chuck Cusimano – The Tyler Sessions

Old Pelloncios – Call of the West – You Are The Rose Of My Heart

Heroes From The Past – The Yarbrough Band – Heroes From The Past

Johnny, Harness The Team – Mikki Daniel – Gonna Be A Cowgirl

Purt Near – Keith Ward – Bar-D Roundup Vol. 7

Don Edwards For President – Red Hot Rhythm Rustlers – Too Hot To Handle

Fort Worth, Texas – Shoot Low Sheriff – Wanted In Texas

Wyoming Woman, Montana Man – Mary Kaye – The Dawn And The Dusk

My Window Faces The South – Kristyn Harris – Let Me Ride

Cowboy, Nothin More – J Parson – The Outlaw Trail

She’s Killing Me – Hot Club Of Cowtown – What Makes Bob Holler

Over Yonder – D.W. Groethe – Bar-D Roundup Vol. 7

Twelve Mile Road – Dave Stamey – Twelve Mile Road

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Showcase pictures at the WMA 2013

Showcase pictures

Showcase pictures

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I’m sorry the pictures aren’t better…I was having camera issues.  Maybe I need a new one!  What a thought!

The Saturday Showcases were amazing!  What a group of entertainers we have in this organization!  Incredible! It was a truly a delight and I sat there most of the day!  What a thrill!  Thank you all for sharing your talent!

Beyond The Divide – James Michael

The reason I love this Western Music DJ job so much is all the wonderful folks I get to know.  Joe Baker introduced me to James Michael at the WMA Festival in Albuquerque in 2008.  He lives in Las Cruces, just 60 miles away so I get to take advantage of him occasionally with radio interviews, house concerts and such.  It’s fun!  And he is such a nice guy!  It’s such fun to make new friends!

James Michael’s new CD, “Borrowed Time” is wonderful!  The title song about an old mare that raised his kids is beautiful and brings back a lot of memories of Sonny, the old gelding that raised me. “Frank” is about a guy in his 50s that wanted to do something for his country after 9-11!  It’s an amazing story about an amazing man!  Most of the songs are written by a guy by the name of Mike Hosea…and he wrote them quite well!  LOL!  There is also a song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney??? (Well know Western Music writers, no doubt!)  James does a wonderful job with “Rocky Raccoon!”  And also Jon Messenger’s “Old Peloncillos.”  That’s a great song Jon!  Of course part of the reason I love it so much is because I grew up in the Animas Valley and had a great view of the Peloncillos! Beautiful mountains!

Also on the CD are “Serenade Of The Bells” written by Twomey, Goodheart and Urbano, “Hour Before Dawn” by Buffham and Ley, “Blue Mountain” by Keller, “Moonshine Steer” by Gardner and “My Cathedral” by Pat Twitty.  That song brings memories of my dad.  His feelings exactly.   James is joined on the CD by musicians Call Of The WestJeanne Cahill (playing whatever she wants to and singing harmony)  and Jerome Campbell (lead and rhythm guitar and harmony vocals). Alison Reynolds (cello), Gordon Butler (violin) and Roy Garcia (steel guitar.)

James Michael spends most of his time at the WMA Showcase and Awards Show working with kids in the Junior WMA.  In 2011 I attended the Showcase where the kids presented their show and what a show it was!  Good for you James!!!  Check out the website http://jamesmichaelmusic.com to find out more about James Michael and to purchase this wonderful CD! You’ll be glad you did!!!

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